After largely ignoring that little white box at the top of its interface for years, Facebook is finally getting serious about search.
The company announced today a new experience that it’s calling Facebook Graph Search.
It relies heavily on “Likes” and other connections to determine what to show as the most relevant search results for each user. It also offers what you might think of as search filters — the ability to search based on the vast user data that Facebook has in its system (or “graph,” as they like to say).
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